Webinars during the autumn 2020 – For international researchers
We are sorry that we won´t be able to meet IRL in Sweden this autumn but also pleased that we can make a change and use digital tool to meet online, listen to interesting research results and innovative enterprises. We arrange four webinars during autumn 2020. Read more!
The dates for the webinars are: 6 October, 13 October, 20 October and 3 November.
The time for all the webinars are 10-12 AM.
Each webinars program will comprise:
Steel Industry presentation
VR visit to the participation industry
Two PhD presentations
Close the webinar and welcome to meet at ESTAD 2021 in Stockholm. https://www.estad2021.com/ We prepare to invite you to our ordinary summer colloquium to Sweden in June 2021.
Are you interested in giving a presentation of you research at HTSC we would like to know if you are interested to present your research in a webinare?
Are you interested in participate in the webinar, listen to the presentations and join the VR visit?
Please fill in the registration form
YCEAS year 6
After five successful and highly valued international summer colloquiums we are
now aiming for year six. This year The Corona pandemic made us develop the concept and now we are happy to invite you to four webinars during autumn 2020.
The colloquium offers PhD students a unique opportunity to meet some of the most renowned research and innovation teams from some of the world’s leading companies and universities specialising in advanced steel. 2020 you will meet four steel industries. Listen to them presenting their business and take a tour in the company by VR technique.
2021 we are happy to invite you to our summer colloquium in June and close 2021 at ESTAD 2021 that will be a part of the program.
YCEAS is an inspiring fortnight with fellow students, lectures, knowledge exchange, industrial visits and social activities. It is a great opportunity to build a very valuable professional and personal network. It gives participants an experience for life!
Invitation and Call for Applications
Triple Steelix invites PhD students from around the world working in the fields of advanced steel processing techniques and advanced steel properties (special steel, high strength steel, stainless steel) to join the 6th Young Global Center of Excellence in Advanced Steel Summer Colloquium, an exciting experience with interesting talks, meetings, lectures and research exchange. This year we will meet online.
Contact: Tiina Ohlsson, email@example.com
By 2020, the successful and highly valued international summer research school YCEAS will be implemented for the sixth time.
YCEAS has grown into an international network with about 40 former participants. YECAS’s network of researchers, doctoral students and innovators is spread all over the world at research institutes, universities and companies.
The past and future participants contribute to an important competence bank for steel and engineering companies both in Sweden and internationally. Leading expertise is sought after and needed by the companies.
During the two weeks that YCEAS is running, researchers and doctoral students from around the world will have the opportunity to meet some of the most well-known and world-leading companies that specialize in advanced steel and advanced steel processes.
The results of previous YCEAS have, among other things, led to collaboration between researchers which has resulted in published articles.
Here is one example.
What last year's participants say about YCEAS
I have been able to learn
“During this week I have been able to learn more about the research topics and needs of the steel industry that often involve practical problems.”
Tradition and sustainability
“I think we can learn a lot from the Swedish cities. They take advantage of all resources and preserve the environment as much as possible.”
“Interesting to see how women plays a very important role in the Swedish industry and society.”
Communication of Technology
“The biggest benefit from this summer school is the improvement of scientific communication skill which makes my research understandable and interesting.”